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Membrane Q2009

Membrane Q2009 - Q Is your UGA myID(=your e-mail name NOT...

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1 Q: Is your UGA myID ( =your e-mail name NOT your 810# ) your clicker ID? A. Yes B. No Clicker 101 At the beginning of each class….. Please switch clicker on and it will automatically search for a class (and find it once I start a ppt with clicker questions) If it takes too long you can enter the number or letter in < > on the overhead screen Please enter your UGA e-mail name as ID in your clicker (use up/down arrows to find letters other than A-E) Please check before each class that your ID didn’t change in your backpack Clicker 101 You can earn full credit (30 points) by answering 80% of all clicker questions asked this semester (see syllabus) The points are for self- testing (committing to an answer that you reasoned out to be correct) You will get credit whether your answer is actually correct or not To get the full learning (and exam prep) benefit, please make an honest effort to reason out the correct answer Thinking skills are key! Q: What is the current ID in your clicker? 1. Social security number 2. 810-number 3. UGA-email name 4. I made it up 5. none The Six Learning Levels Also known as Bloom’s taxonomy: • Remembering • Understanding • Applying • Analyzing • Evaluating • Creating Note: they build on each other (Source: Anderson & Krathwohl, 2001) Q1. Which of the following types of molecules are the major structural components of the cell membrane? A. Phospholipids and proteins B. Nucleic acids and proteins C. Phospholipids and cellulose D. Proteins and cellulose E. Glycoproteins and cholesterol
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2 Q1. Which of the following types of molecules are the major structural components of the cell membrane? 1: Remembering 2: Basic understanding (comprehension) 3: Application 4: Analysis 5: Evaluation 6: Synthesis/Creation Q1b: WHAT LEARNING LEVEL IS REQUIRED? [Choose the highest level you NEED - the levels below are included]
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